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Vietnam Arrests Another Senior Figure in Anti-Corruption Drive

Vietnam Arrests Another Senior Figure in Anti-Corruption Drive

By Sebastian Strangio
The anti-graft campaign continues to intensify as the Communist Party begins preparations for its next Congress in early 2026.

Ruling Communist Party to Set Vietnam’s Course This Week

Ruling Communist Party to Set Vietnam’s Course This Week

By Associated Press
The party is highly secretive and citizens are not even allowed to publicly discuss candidates.
Will Vietnam’s War on Corruption Heat up in 2020?

Will Vietnam’s War on Corruption Heat up in 2020?

By Hai Hong Nguyen
During a busy year, the future evolution of Hanoi’s anti-corruption efforts hangs in the balance.

The Fault Lines in Vietnam's Next Political Struggle

The Fault Lines in Vietnam's Next Political Struggle

By Zachary Abuza
Infighting ahead of the next mid-term Congress is already visible.

Fishery Disaster Tests Mettle of Vietnam's New Government

Fishery Disaster Tests Mettle of Vietnam's New Government

By Shawn W. Crispin
The country's newly appointed premier is dealing with one of its worst ever toxic spills.

Vietnam, Laos Tackle South China Sea, Mekong in Bilateral Meeting

Vietnam, Laos Tackle South China Sea, Mekong in Bilateral Meeting

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Both sides address regional issues during the Lao president’s first overseas trip.

Interview: Vietnam's 'Other' Political Party

Interview: Vietnam's 'Other' Political Party

By Shawn W. Crispin
The Diplomat talks with the spokesman of Vietnam's most prominent unsanctioned political party about the country's politics.
Who Is Vietnam’s New President?

Who Is Vietnam’s New President?

By Rui Hao Puah
Tran Dai Quang has been sworn in, marking Vietnam's latest high-level political change.

Vietnam’s 12th Party Congress

Vietnam’s 12th Party Congress

By Zachary Abuza
A tale of two goals: maintaining a monopoly of power and sustaining economic growth.

Vietnam Should Abandon Non-Alignment Now

Vietnam Should Abandon Non-Alignment Now

By Nhung Bui
The outcome of the recent Party Congress provides Hanoi with the opportunity to rethink its foreign policy.

Vietnam: Portents and the Death of Cu Rua

Vietnam: Portents and the Death of Cu Rua

By Helen Clark
Hanoi’s famous turtle dies at a most inauspicious time.
Is China Interfering in Vietnam’s Politics With Its South China Sea Moves?

Is China Interfering in Vietnam’s Politics With Its South China Sea Moves?

By Shawn W. Crispin
Some say Beijing is trying to influence the outcome of the Communist Party congress in Vietnam.

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